Issue 25 and Volume 34.

WHAT WATERWORKS MEN ARE DOING Construction, Extension, and Management of Plants. ARTHUR E. BOARDMAN Arthur E. Boardman, a practical hydraulic and gas engineer, received his professional education at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y., of which he is a graduate. He has long been associated with high class work, especially in the South. In the early seventies, soon after his graduation, he was placed in full charge of the Macon, Ga., Gas & Water company. He was associated with that company for thirty years, during which period he filled every position front engineer to president, and completed the existing filtering and purifying plant in 1897-98. In 1887, when the Jetter & Boardman Gas association was organized at Macon, he was its treasurer and engineer—positions which he has held up to the present time. He was also instrumental in installing and completing the waterworks systems at Americus, Cartersville, and Brunswick,…

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